Sarah Schlieder

Sarah Schlieder

Sarah Schlieder


Sarah Schlieder is a graduate of Columbia College Chicago where she studied science journalism. She has worked at prestigious research facilities, including NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center and Johnson Space Center, and Argonne National Laboratory. Sarah currently serves as a science and technology reporter for Newsy. In this role, she reports on the latest news in science, tech and health. Sarah is committed to engaging the public in the extraordinary scientific breakthroughs made every day. To communicate science is to shed a new light on a fascinating world. Sarah’s work educates and informs the public about the science that impacts our daily lives and benefits us most.

Recent Work
Several eye floaters in the human eye

Annoying Eye Floaters Are More Helpful Than You Think

Dry, desolate Mars and Mars when it had liquid water on its surface

How We Could Make Mars A Livable Planet

Close-up of tardigrade under a microscope

Tardigrades Might Be The Sole Survivors Of The Apocalypse

Close-up of the sun

Our Sun Is Nothing Special — But That's A Good Thing

Zebra fish embryo under the microscope

How To Freeze The Decline Of Earth's Endangered Species

Two polar bears on snowy terrain

Scientists Can't Agree If We're Really In A Mass Extinction

Amelia Earhart standing in front of her plane

Amelia Earhart's Disappearance Is Still Producing New Theories

Ruins in Rome, Italy

Roman Cement Is Stronger Thanks To 2,000 Years of Seawater Exposure

Space Station orbiting Earth

What Happens If Proposed Cuts To NASA's Climate Research Are OK'd?

Honey bees

Scientists Finally Know How One Common Pesticide Is Harming Our Bees

An artist's depiction of a black hole attracting matter

What Existed Before The Big Bang?

PLATO spacecraft

ESA Spacecraft Brings Search For Habitable Exoplanets Closer To Home

NASA's Curiosity rover on Mars

Stranded Curiosity Rover Gets More Free Will: What Could Go Wrong?

Landed sounding rocket motor in field

A NASA Engineer Has A Creative New Way To Find Missing Rockets

Airplane resting on ground

Planes Are More Fuel-Efficient, But That Doesn't Mean They're 'Green'

President Trump holding a NASA flight jacket

Trump Is Bringing Back The National Space Council ... What's That?

Excavated fossil of Homo sapien's teeth and jaw

Humans Might Be 100,000 Years Older Than We Thought

Total solar eclipse

Einstein Doubted Scientists Could Prove Relativity Like They Just Did

Mars: half as it is today and half covered in water and clouds

Mars May Have Been Really Watery And Could Have Had A Giant Ocean

NASA astronaut performing spacewalk

NASA's Next Astronaut Class May Not Be Going Anywhere For A While

Egyptian mummy sarcophagus

Mummy DNA Might Help End A Decades-Old Debate

Juno spacecraft flying by Jupiter

Juno's First Results Show Us Jupiter Is One Seriously Angry Giant

Blue Whale in the water

Blue Whales Weren't Always The Giants They Are Today

Inside the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame

What's Better Than Going To Space? Being In The Astronaut Hall Of Fame

Moss-covered region in Antarctica

A Greener Antarctica Isn't Always A Good Thing

Fake caterpillar on a leaf

Worried About Predator Attacks? Stay Away From The Equator

3-D printed ovary structure

This 3-D Printed Ovary Might Help Restore Fertility

Astronaut performing spacewalk outside of International Space Station

NASA Completes Milestone 200th ISS Spacewalk

Cloudy exoplanet orbiting its star

Astronomers Find A Watery, Cloudy Atmosphere On An Exoplanet

An elderly man wearing a robotic balancing device on his hips

This Robotic Exoskeleton Helps You Stay On Your Feet